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"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Rain and snow on the way to southeastern Michigan will have what you need to be prepared including traffic and weather together on the eight public hearings begin tomorrow in Washington as the impeachment inquiry into president trump will have the latest details straight ahead and also coming up for gets ready to show off an important new product I am all beat reporter Jeff Gilbert good evening I'm broke Allen for WWJ newsradio nine fifty also coming up this half hour we'll have sports at six forty five in a tough day for the Detroit Lions playing without Matt Stafford the lines come back came up short this afternoon in Chicago against the bears will have the complete update coming up at six forty five right now we do have rain reported that to treat city airport currently forty three degrees our low tonight near twenty nine WWJ news time six thirty one air from Siberia taking aim at much of the country and it could set record low temperatures from Texas to New England we're keeping an eye on that front which is expected to bring several inches of snow here overnight here's accu weather meteorologist Dave powers is gonna be something on the road here for the morning rush we're calling for twenty nine degrees so it is going to take a little salt here to keep things moving without bumping into one another and then three to perhaps five inches before tapers off here then tomorrow evening hi about thirty four degrees now in the wake of this a snow storm we've got there just extremely cold air pouring in meantime delta county road commission says they are getting ready to deploy their crews tomorrow to keep the streets as safe as possible but they do say it's a waiting game at this point your spokesperson Craig Bryson what Brian down right one thing we could do and it but right but the Rangers washed out roads that would be a waste so at this point we're really kind of just waiting and watching he says once the temperature drops your freezing they will begin salting the roads WWJ news time six thirty three we do have some big problem so new down this evening let's check in with your Graham and we're checking the Tripoli jam cams right now it is west bound I ninety four things are traffic tipster Frank was traveling through the area thank you so much Frank for the update I ninety four west brown as you're approaching that a twelve mile crash there is is between twelve mile.

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"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Own new website, W, w j, NewsRadio dot com. WBZ news time to eleven. You want to get ready for more roundabouts in Oakland County road commission for Oakland County spokesman Craig Bryson talked with WWE as Brooke Allen, about the upcoming and ongoing projects, including a roundabout maple and Middlebelt, the biggest one that's coming up right now in this area is the maple Middlebelt roundabout and culvert replacement project. So that's at the intersection of maple and middle belt and then the culvert is just to the east of that. Of course, we've got some other big projects going on all around the county, Baldwin road in orientation chip is a big one, a continuation of the widening project, basically, if my seventy five north Walden road, that's a big one. We will have another roundabout out at Cooley late and Carol lake road. Starting in another month or two. But a lot of roundabout projects going up six round of us this year. It's a record for us. We've never done more than maybe two in a single year. So, so how come why of right reasons, number one, the Baldwin project in and of itself, has three there's pull five in that project? We built to last year three more this year. So that's that in and of itself is a big one. But the reason we are doing roundabouts generals. They do two things they're much safer than a signal as intersection reduced fatalities. They you're serious injury crashes and they move more traffic engineering. Studies have repeatedly shown debate increase road capacity by thirty to fifty percent. They reduce traffic fatalities by about ninety percent. So I mean from from safety point of view, virtually nothing else. We can do that can reduce fatalities by ninety percent. And as far as traffic capacity it has the potential to have the equivalent of widening a road for say a mile section by simply focusing on the intersection and getting more capacity at the intersect. Because the intersections are where traffic backs up if you think about it because of the lights. Well envy. Because that's where there's a crackling of traffic might be some give and take. So in a traffic signal backs up traffic more than around about a traffic signal stops traffic in two directions at all times. There's tutoring staffed right around about all-direction flowing all at all times in all directions. So it moves more traffic. That's interesting that there's so many positives for safety, but people have a very negative. They do feeling about these. They do. There is a perception problem.

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"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"In some areas. It's even worse than that. Where you can't even see lanes or the dividing lines lane. Changing that's going to be any good. That's going to be very very tricky. Because of the road conditions. We have just a whole list of accidents out there and getting more as more people are on the road. But if you don't have to go out really just don't go out if you do you're going to have to give yourself an awful lot of time, and you are going to have to slow down. There is no way that you will be able to do posted speeds with other people in the roadway. You just have to slow down and be courteous and make sure your headlights, you're working and make sure you have washer fluid and make sure you have patients reporting live. I mardi buffer Alenia w w j NewsRadio nine fifty and cruiser out clearing roadways as the snow begins to pile up Craig Bryson with the road commission for Oakland County, speaking live on W w j this morning. A few roads are little bit more snow covered. Certainly the the less traveled. Rose, we haven't focused on yet. So they will be a little bit snow covered. But of course, even dusting can can cause soupy roads at this point. It's it's definitely salt time. We're trying to get a good layer assault down. Now before the temperatures dropped much more as well. As leading off what's already. She spokesman Bryson says most of the heavier snows expected early this afternoon. Stay tuned w w j for the latest getting some tips from the Michigan state police they'd like everybody to brush all the snow off their car. Not just the back window of the front window, and drives slowly and carefully. And even if you have a truck rush UV, plus make sure your car has an emergency kit. Also dress for the weather in case, you get stuck or get involved in a crash. Steer clear of the snowplows is they do their work. And if you're shoveling your driveway take your time, it's not a race last, but not least help out others. It will help keep you warm inside two men are dead after their snowmobiles collided on the upper peninsulas lake go, Gabe. The head on crash happened Friday night about five hundred feet from the shore officials say twenty three year old man from riverton, Illinois and a fifty three year old man from Darwin. Minnesota were killed in the accident. First responders performed CPR on both victims, but they could not be revived. And both died at the scene. Police say speed and alcohol are not believed to have been factors in the crash hottest Carson technology are.

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"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"In wwl news time. I just arriving at our studios from the freeway and still dripping with a bit of snow, rob. How was the driving? Yeah. It would be a good day to be in sweats. Watching Michigan basketball later. There's no doubt about that. I'm coming in from the west side up to seventy five eastbound than on 696. Fortunately, to seventy five very light traffic lease going northbound, would you get to that connects around a six ninety six and then onto 696 certainly a different story much, heavier traffic, and as Murray was pointing out lane changing is tricky lane changing sometimes becomes mandatory to because the lane you're in all of a sudden is no longer a lane, and that poses a lot of problems. And of course, another problem that gets posed out there. There's always going to be a couple of people that think it's a sunny day in June. And it certainly isn't. And when that lane that they are in all of a sudden becomes no lane that creates a problem at almost four. As you at times to drive more aggressively than you really want to because you're fearful of what some of these people doing silly things are doing so, but we made it in safe and sound take your time, take it slow, and they just got to be really aware of your surroundings and stuff like this car, spin out just like that having been t-boned on the side on the freeway. I know how that goes somebody loses traction and bam. They're into the other thing that people do when we tell people all the time about it is don't crowd the plow. According to the road commission for Oakland County spokesman Craig Bryson, it's still an issue tailgate. They try to pass to close they cut him off. And of course, many of our trucks. Now have the wing clouds that fold out from the side that you often can't see from behind. So he ripped to remind people not to try to pass the trucks on the side with the wing cloud. Yeah. Not a good idea. Bryson's says there will be a full contingent of one hundred six salt trucks during the height of the storm with drivers on sixteen hour shifts. Well, it's January in Michigan North American International auto show, that means snow, of course, last night was the charity preview. One of the most exclusive high profile events that supports a wide range of children's activities outside of Kabul last night, though, there were.

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"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Joined live now on W w j by Craig Bryson with the road commission for Oakland County. And so far, I know you guys out pretty much gals. Probably all night long. Right. They have they came in about midnight and been hitting. Yeah. I saw him on ninety six and six ninety six six ninety six between two seventy five and the lodge cottages. Dusty snow out there, so far any problems. There's a there's a few roads are a little bit more snow covered. Certainly the the less traveled roads, we haven't focused on yet. So they will be a little bit snow covered. But as you mentioned, we haven't had that much snow so far, but of course, even gusting can can cause a slippery road. So is it salt time or you guys just pushing or what are you spreading at this point? It's it's definitely salt time. We're trying to get a good layer assault down now before the temperatures drop much more as well as leading off. What's there already? And as far as crews. I know yesterday, we talked Craig you said you had one hundred six trucks full contingent. His there hardcore pressure on right now. We're actually right now transitioning we had about half at overnight for midnight. The rest of the drivers have just been called in. So over the next half hour, forty five minutes. We'll we'll see the rest of them coming in to get up to that hundred and six number and as far as what you're expecting. Are you still seeing more snow later today? And maybe that's when things could get dicey for drivers. Right. We're expecting to peak. The heaviest snow to fall around eleven AM. So you know between now and and early afternoon would probably be when it's becomes most challenging. That's what we're anticipating. So we're building up for and planning for all right road commission for Oakland County spokesman Craig Bryson. I'm sure we'll talk again throughout this snowstorm. Thanks, Brian preciado, Craig appreciate your time. Thank you. Mike w w j news time is seven oh five. Our news director, rob David accusation, driving in the snow this morning and checking in with us alive. Rob how's the drive? Mike, I'm in lavonia six-mile metal belt Merriman Plymouth road win over the freeway. I ninety six I can tell you the salt trucks are out freeways. You can see the pavement there, they're wet. I think they're slick I can tell you Merriman and metal belt six-mile. You cannot see any any lanes. People are moving around, maybe thirty thirty five miles an hour or so and the big problem that I've seen so far is when you're at a stop light trying to get going. It's all ice underneath the tire. So you just sit there and spend and spend and spend before you can get going seeing a couple of trucks fishtail right in front of me. But so far, so good salt. Trucks are out in welcome to winter. Yeah, it's back or cheer as far as the speech. Have you noticed anything? It was like fifty five sixty when I came in. Yeah. I think I didn't get on the freeway. But I could I could say that's probably about right from what you know, just looking at and seeing some pavement. Although, you know, I think depending on where you're at you're going to run into probably some lanes that are snow covered, and that always causes issues. If you're going along or passing passing someone the main roads, I know the salt trucks are out the main roads, you can see pavement and spots on Plymouth road. But again on Merriman on six mile. It was just no covered. And you know, I think the salt was working they just hadn't cloud yet. I just saw one power go by me.

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"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Of this adds up to if you don't have to go out. Don't until the roads are in better shape. If you do have to go out, you have to give yourself Poletti of extra time, and you must slow down and leave a lot of space between yourself and the cars that are around you. We're going to be getting more snow. So the conditions are probably going to get worse before they get better. And of course, we will keep you up to date. From the idol reporting live actually from LDL traffic center. I'm Marty Buffa Leany WWE J mardi. It'll be a long day for those who do drive this salt trucks, w w j Sandra McNeill has their story from Oakland County common refrain during the height of a snowstorm. I haven't seen a salt truck yet and drivers say that but road commission for Oakland County spokesman Craig Bryson says that doesn't mean they aren't out there. We have two thousand seven hundred miles of road of our own and another two hundred fifty miles of state highways. That remain a thousand miles of road. We have our maximum plead out in two hundred six trucks. So the the likelihood of you being at the same place as a truck at the same time is relatively low even though he would focus on that more heavily traveled roads during these storms rice and says unlike many weekends snowstorms for this storm, they will have their full contingent of salt trucks with drivers working sixteen hour shifts Sandra McNeill, WW Jane is radio nine fifty the North American International auto show. Oh, throwing open the doors to the public today. It is the final auto show taking place in the winter next year show will be in June McComb county executive Mark Hackell telling us he has given the show so far this has given the show so far a bit of a different field. Just got to be honest right now, it's a little bit. It's a little bit different in kind of a divide isn't quite the same. But I think it's because everybody's getting prepared to figure out where we're going with this next auto show with the outdoor venue it..

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"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Is the primary guiding factor that leads all those decisions, so it's all related to safety. But then there are some very specific things. For example, we have continued to build roundabouts in the last five years, we've built a six additional roundabouts were up to twenty-five total roundabouts now and those the the data's just undeniable. We haven't had a fatality in any of our roundabouts in twenty years that we've we've had roundabouts the number of serious injury. Accident is significantly down in roundabout intersections as compared to signalise intersections. So you know, they they work. They save lives. They they prevent serious injuries. That's helping a lot smaller things like making the stripes on the side of the road wider. So they're more visible. So hopefully, help people prevent them from going off the edge of the road. I if they're a wider line, even when there's snow on the ground is more likely, some of that line will be visible or as the lines begin to degrade over time the white or the are there. The more Pete there is on the road. The LA the more likely there's some of it likely to stay there for a longer period of time. So it's it's things like that. It's doing audits of our projects sitting down with the multidisciplinary group every time we put together a major project and identifying the safety element and looking at the crash history on a road or an intersection and seeing what we can do to address those. You know, it's it's it's that kind of constant thing they were always working towards it is rolled commission for Oakland County spokesman Craig Bryson with WW Jay's Mike Campbell to fifteen is our telling..

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"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the work. When it's time to go home. News Radio nine fifty. The road commission for Oakland County reports at nearly twenty percent drop in fatalities on the roads. It maintains and twenty eighteen compared to twenty seventeen spokesman Craig Bryson talked with w J's Mike Campbell. Well, once again for the third straight year, we've seen a we saw a drop in the number of fatalities on roads under our jurisdiction in two thousand eighteen which you know, safety being our top priority. That's that's always our biggest goal, and we're very pleased to see those numbers. Obviously you guys play a huge part in that. But the drivers and some of those fatalities weren't weren't your fault. Absolutely. And and you know, there there are many factors that go into these numbers. Certainly we think we played one significant role. But obviously there are other elements as well driver awareness driver behavior. Certainly a big factor is vehicle safety. Certainly a factor as. Well, but there are things that we can do on the roads that we know help to reduce the likelihood of fatalities. And those are our top priorities. Things that you did or are doing that are making a difference. Sure. Lots of things. I mean, first of all everything we do is dictated by safety. So whether it's routine maintenance to road project, selection, and design safety.

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"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"In a rare statement a spokesman for special counsel. Robert Muller disputes parts of a BuzzFeed report that says personal attorney Michael Cohen lied at the direction of President Trump about a business deal in Moscow. CBS news is next. The snow is starting to come down. Let's go to CBS news. CBS news update special counsel, Robert Muller's offices, disputing key elements of a report that President Trump directed. His former attorney to lie to congress about a real estate deal in Russia. It raises questions about a story. That's dominated the news cycle for the last twenty four hours. Here's correspondent Paula Reid. Special counsel's office released this statement in response to buzzfeed's reporting buzzfeed's description of specific statements to the special counsel's office and characterization of documents and testimony obtained by this office or guarding. Michael Collins congressional testimony or not accurate Rebecca row fee is a CBS news legal contributor general rule is not to make public statements is to keep their heads down and do their work. But when it gets to the point where the public is being sentenced to a sort of tailspin over something that's not true. It makes sense that they might want to come forward. And correct BuzzFeed stands by its reporting. The president tweets fake news is truly the enemy of the people. CBS news update. Are mad piper. This is W w chain. Newsradio nine fifty at twelve thirty two. And the winter storm is our big story this morning. It's a common refrain during the height of the snowstorm. I haven't seen a salt truck yet, Royal commission for Oakland County spokesman Craig Bryson says that doesn't mean they aren't out there. We have two thousand seven hundred miles of road of our own and another two hundred fifty miles of state highways that we maintain a thousand miles of road. We have our maximum plead out of two hundred six trucks. So. Been likelihood of you being at the same place as a truck at the same time relatively low even though he was focused on them. More heavily traveled roads during the storms. Bryson says despite the snow falling on the weekend. The full contingent of one hundred and six salt trucks will be out clearing. The roads with drivers working sixteen hour shifts southeast Michigan isn't the only place getting smacked with snow this weekend reporter, Katie Alexander is along the east coast at buffalo, Niagara international airport where passengers are crossing their fingers all of the airlines I fly out of buffalo. Niagara international have now offered waivers. So passengers don't have to pay the usual fees to change their plans. Some plans though, are non-negotiable we have a wedding. So I can't exactly the weddings going to go on as planned, and I have to have to get there. So we're moving forward if you're planning on flying out this week and make sure you check your flight status before you come to the airport and give yourself plenty of time at the air. Airport to airport tweeted out earlier this week that TSA times are running about ten minutes, but because of the government shutdown we should give yourself ninety minutes before your flight to be safe and we'll see four to eight inches of snow in this area. And we will be under that winter weather advisory starting at two AM, we're getting reports, and according to our radar the snow is beginning to fall in Monroe this hour, if you're in that area you want to look out for that..

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"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Tried towards when it's time to go home. Newsradio nine fifty. The road commission for Oakland County reports nearly twenty percent drop in fatalities on the roads. It maintains in two thousand eighteen compared to twenty seventeen spokesman Craig Bryson talked with WW Jay's Mike Campbell. Well, once again for the third straight year, we've seen a we saw a drop in the number of fatalities on roads under our jurisdiction in two thousand eighteen which safety being our top priority. That's always our biggest goal, and we were very pleased to see those numbers. Obviously you guys play a huge part in that. But showed you the drivers. And some of those fatalities weren't weren't your fault. Absolutely. And and you know, there there are many factors that go into these numbers. Certainly we think we play one significant role. But obviously there are other elements as well driver awareness driver behavior. Certainly a big factor is vehicle safety certainly a factor as well. But there are things that we can do on the roads that we know. Help to reduce the likelihood of fatal eastern. Those are our top priorities things that you did or are doing that are making a difference Kerr. Lots of things I mean, first of all everything we do is dictated by safety. So whether it's routine maintenance to road project, selection, and design safety is the primary guiding factor that leads all those decisions, so it's all related to safety. But then there are some very specific things. For example, we have continued to build roundabouts here in the last five years, we've built a six additional roundabouts were up to twenty five total roundabouts now and those the the data's just undeniable. We haven't had a fatality in any of our roundabouts in twenty years that we've we've had roundabouts the number of serious injury accidents is significantly down in roundabout intersections as compared to signalise intersections. So you know, they. Work. They save lives. They they prevent serious injuries. That's helping a lot smaller things like making the stripes on the side of the road wider. So they're more visible. So hopefully, help people prevent them from going off the edge of the road. If there a wider line, even when they're snow on the ground. It's more likely some of that line will be visible. Or as the lines begin to degrade over time, the white or the are there. The more Pete there is on the road. The the more likely there's some of it likely to stay there for a longer period of time that Israel commission for Oakland County spokesman Craig Bryson with WW..

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"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Lane. It's our WWE. Newsradio nine fifty American ac- some snow tonight, it could be mixed with some rain early on during the evening, but ultimately, the snow accumulating an inch. Perhaps to around metro Detroit by morning rose will just be wet for a while. But as it gets colder things get to be a little icy, and then snow covered until treated temperatures will be around twenty nine at daybreak. Four tomorrow, brisk and cold, clouds and leftover flurries. Early highly thirty six we got thrown into the icebox. Tomorrow night is the sky clears a lowest sixteen to twenty two Wednesday, sunshine, cold high thirty seven clouding up Thursday with a high of forty one. We could see a little war snow, perhaps some rain Thursday night. This is Accu weather meteorologists Dave Bowers on WJ NewsRadio nine fifty snow is falling boy that twenty three corridor right now, we're seeing that also flakes flying in western McComb county northern Oakland County expected to hit the city, Detroit and the greater area and the moments ahead. Rain is turning into snow as we speak thirty eight degrees right now at metro. Airport. Flakes are beginning to fly downtown. It's thirty eight traffic and weather together around the clock on the eights, always online at WW, Jane, NewsRadio dot com. It into bringing you the top news of the day. The news watch never stops on the Michigan association of broadcasters station of the year. Newsradio nine fifty. WJ as we've been reporting winter weather is poised to roll through metro-detroit overnights. Possibly one to two inches of snow before it's all said and done speaking live just moments ago on W W J Craig Bryson with the road commission for Oakland County says the main thing they're watching this evening is the thermometer and win it'll really start to freeze sometime after midnight, but could be as late as to him. So we want to kind of watch that we're trying to go a little bit more detailed forecasts and figure that out. That's going to be the key. Stay with w w j for traffic and weather updates every ten minutes on the.

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"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Township just south east of Grand Rapids board who is a strange from his wife said during interviews with investigators this week that he's had a very bad month that he was no longer taking his medication board appeared in court to face charges on Friday. Stephanie Davis WW J NewsRadio nine fifty earlier this week a car slammed into a road commission for Oakland County truck on five it happened again yesterday, a car m fifty nine and Waterford send barrels flying and workers scatter. Craig Bryson with the road commission for Oakland County says lawmakers in Lansing have done all they can now it's up to the individual drivers to start paying attention. I'm not sure that legislatively. There's anything they can do. I mean, we're certainly open if the ideas, but there's nothing in particular that we have come up with the legislature. Could do we just we just want to implore dreamers, you, please? Please. Please. Pay attention when you're in the car. Fortunately, no one was injured in yesterday's incident. Fines and penalties are increased in road construction zones. W w j news time nine oh eight and update, traffic and weather together on the H and keeping an eye on traffic forces. Julie sue. Well, looking through our AAA jam cams. We're not seeing any slowdowns on the major freeways in Ann Arbor near the big house as the wolverines take on the western Michigan Broncos. However, there is a little bit of congestion near the stadium on main street State Street and stadium boulevard continue to keep an eye on the area. Traffic. Volumes are still light six hundred six westbound between seventy five and telegraphic. Traffic is looking good. Also on is six seventy six eastbound between I two seventy five and telegraph on eastbound six hundred six from Dequindre to mound, the right lane is closed until ten pm Sunday night. This isn't a problem area yet, but we may see some backups in that area later on during the day. We'll keep you updated there from the twenty four hour traffic center. I'm Julia morass. Ooh. With w w j NewsRadio.

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Detroit Tigers announcers Mario Impemba, Rod Allen suspended for rest of season after alleged altercation

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00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Detroit Tigers announcers Mario Impemba, Rod Allen suspended for rest of season after alleged altercation

"Rod Allen. And Mario in Pemba for the remainder of the season will not call Tigers game for Fox Sports Detroit scoring to a statement for the cable station following this week's reported physical altercation between the two men sooner or later, they're going to need to talk about what happened Mario and rod or probably going to need to speak publicly about this somehow if they want to. Continue working for FOX here in Detroit, or maybe get a job elsewhere, and broadcasting sooner or later, the public the fans the industry is going to need to know what really happened man Friedman co-founder, a PR firm Tanner Friedman calls this a balancing act between the legal interests of Fox Sports Detroit in the public's desire to know, exactly. What happened?

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Detroit Tigers announcers Mario Impemba, Rod Allen suspended after alleged altercation

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00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Detroit Tigers announcers Mario Impemba, Rod Allen suspended after alleged altercation

"Rod Allen, Mario impera for the remainder of the season will not call tiger games for Fox Sports, Detroit. A statement from the cable station follows this week's reported physical altercation between the two men sooner or later, they're going to need to talk about what happened Mario and rod or probably going to need to speak publicly about this. Somehow if they want to continue working four or five here in Detroit, or maybe get a job elsewhere in broadcasting sooner or later, the public the fans the industry is going to need to know what really happened. Matt Freedman co founder of PR firm Tanner Friedman calls this a balancing act between the legal interest FASD in the public's desire to know, what

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"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The news watch never stops newsradio nine fifteen w delhi's this portion of new sponsored by bochy diagnostics once the rain moves out in the pavement dries up all the patching crews will be out in force filling those potholes that grew wider and deeper with the mild weather amd the rain this week wtmj jackie paid spoke live with craig bryson of the road commission for oakland county he says the problems are all over the place unfortunately it's one of many nightmare area so we have been out there patching we're out there on saturday for example patching we'll be back their attaching but we've actually believe it or not got more critical areas where we're having i'm even more severe problems uh such as um walton in in waterford township elizabeth lake road waterford township ah orchard lake road in west bloomfield silverlake area uh and and the list goes on and on any terms of how you guys can fix it during this weather obviously the rain is going to stop so that of make it a little bit easier but why are they so bad this year if it's been the free thought cycle really um it's been constantly gone from you know subzero to 30s 40s 50s hell and back and forth followed by rain and snow and lots of precipitation and that's just a a recipe for disaster for example along telegraph road this morning i saw just a you know really almost an entire vehicle wide area on one lane of the roadways there should peopled moves through those slower or faster absolutely i would slow down and that's true of you know the roads all over the county were there were they're rough and the we're there may be potholes please slow down that's uh the fast you go the more likely are to blow out of tyre morton more damage your car all right craig in what else at what other areas you could be focus on it you you already said walton and of course elizabeth lake road in and how busy you guys going to be trying to do this for the next couple of weeks a very we we are literally out all over the.

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"craig bryson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on WJR 760

"The evening on newstalk seven sixty wjr seven sixty wjr news dick hafner heavy snow was falling around here and that's making it impossible for road crews to keep up the big challenge right now the rate at which the snow was falling switch covering up more quickly than we can push it off the road and that's that's the challenge they they are getting covered pretty quickly preparations for the storm began yesterday according to craig bryson of the road commission for oakland county talking with frank we actually were putting brian down yesterday afternoon you can put that well ahead of it stays on the road surface and it helped delay the formation of ice swede today yesterday we started salting about three a m this morning in the plan was to get a good shot assault down on everything you know before we had a layer of snow down uh then once we get more than you know three quarters of an inch or so we start blading it off and right now the the goal is just pushed the snow off the road um until the the snow let's up and then ah we'll start the salt and again at that point but right now it's really just pushing snow twenty jars ken rogulski reports at one snow removal contractor says we've gotten soft and the fault is with the news media alex nagee is a general contractor and says he's got to go to work snow or no snow media overplays it it scares everybody the living daylights out of everybody traffic looks later today yeah because everybody's home because schools are closed and everything else is close except people have to go into work where you have to make a living every day i mean away county all the courts are closed that's i can't believe that that's that's incredible so you really think this is not as bad as they say it is no let's that we're we're becoming soft here in michigan this is this is nothing this is you know we had ninety inches of snow four or five years ago was it all year long and we had six seven inches on the on the roads and we were still driving through this without any problems mess up your work today.

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"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"A lot of drivers my surprise turning corners and attempting stops at intersections those icy roads took the road commission for oakland county by surprise this morning w w j newsradio nine fifty's our hoover joining us live but that part of the story hazara hello jackie craig bryson with the road commission for oakland county says it's almost impossible to sometimes predict that black ice on the roads bryson says especially with that temperature change because we are concerned about the potential for freedom we do have supervisors oak driving the county road all night long looking for watching or as should grow but the supervisors did not see any problems until about five a m this morning and at that point it's very difficult to get you know the fleet in and out on the road quickly enough to respond to the the kind of widescale uh icing we saw occur in a very short period of time and because it took some time for the drivers to commend ended up being an icy commute for drivers this morning price and says they have about twothirds of their fleet out salting the roads reporting lives of her hooper wbjc newsradio nine fifty all right thank his are a major headaches in farmington hills this morning following a pair of water main breaks one of them impacting say hall crews are working on repairing the break near grand river and liberty city manager's office and public safety department are open but the clerking treasurers offices are closed nearby residents won't have water until those rate repairs are complete in warren of water may break has popped up along the eastbound lanes of defender approaching twelve mild the right turnley rain is blocked by that break and getting underway at this hour oral arguments in a class action lawsuit filed by flint residents the lawsuit being heard by a panel of court of appeals judges it's a case it has been ongoing for over two and a half years it's very bizarre situation would stayed on the one hand is charging these dairy a.

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"craig bryson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on WJR 760

"Long you'll have major freeways with the anywhere from mostly slushie conditions to the snow covering the a right lane especially the left lane and you'll find at least right now for the next couple of hours the centre lane will be aware the motorists are hugging lot of salt piled up a at the salt of facilities and this is the first major snow that uh our wrote commissions have had to deal with and so uh thousands and thousands of tons of salt have been already of spread all over the roadways in the detroit area craig bryson for the road commission four oakland county says they've got a lot of it we have six gulf storage facility around the county and they're all pretty much a full or close to full right now when they're completely full they hold about thirty seven thousand tonnes of salt portal which is far more than we could you know possibly use an in a day or two of course but uh that will be whittled down of course uh during the season because right after this snow event we're going to have some more snow and a couple of days so uh watch out for that and be aware of that here's how one homeowner in berkeley is handled the snow now the snow blower forget it doesn't work he grabbed the shovel stay glomma tommy lives on a corner london shoveling both sidewalks his driveway in this front walk by hand it is it is no more so are making it harder later on august civil right now and maybe later on tonight also again getting a head start getting it started is this is your and my back snowblower would be easier on your back still man that's the problem i do have a snow blower but i was supposed to take out oil then vendor guests in the summertime gray lazy didn't do it now it's not starting so the weight period for anybody to come and fix my snowblower is like around two weeks with a shovel still works yes the cell still works shoveling thank you very much can help me out in berkeley ken rogulski wjr news twenty three degrees lingering snow flurries of course the forecasters kind of blue this forecast you can forecast.

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"craig bryson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"craig bryson" Discussed on WJR 760

"The snowy roads though road crews are applying sold water or brind to the road surface and then rock salt craig bryson of the oakland county road commission explains why they use it and how it works and the purpose of that is to help activate the salt make it a function more quickly and make it more efficient so we can use lesssolvent accomplish the same thing brice in also reminds voters to watch out for trucks with wing plows that cleared two lanes of traffic instead of one and never to pass one of those trucks on the right in beverly hills ken rogulski wjr news stay police going back to work at detroit free ways to resume their investigation to shootings that happened on i'm any four and i ninety six wjr's dick hafner reports these shootings happened last week a woman called police to say that her vehicle have been hit by gunfire in the overnight period last thursday previously two men called police saying a vehicle pulled up alongside them and some one opened fire one on i ninety four on the east side where the driver was hit in the leg and another man whose car was hit on i ninety six on the west side later a third man went to police saying he was shot at on i ninety six at first police thought the shootings were unrelated because they occurred over a short period of time separated by miles now police believe the shooter must have been driving extremely fast the only description is a silver or grey sedan dick haefner wjr news lady would high school in all girls catholic school in livonia has announced his closing its doors at the end of the twenty 18 academic year the school first opened in 1950 the announcement comes from the felicien sisters of north america the religious order that operates the school they say dropping enrollment as the reason for the closure with a sixty percent decline and its new.

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